Watch Tower and Herald of Christ's Presence, all magazine issues from 1910-1919. Issues from 1910 to 1916 were edited by Charles Taze Russell (1852-1916), first president of the Watchtower Bible and Tract Society. Issues from 1917-1919 were edited by an editorial board created as part of Russell's Will. This period covers a critical time among the International Bible Students Association (which had been founded by Russell). The members had many eschatological expectations for the years 1910, 1914, 1915 and 1918 based on statements which had been published in Watchtower publications. Joseph F. Rutherford (elected as the second Watchtower Society president in 1917) dismissed the majority of the Board of Directors in July of 1917, causing a schism in the movement. Rutherford and a new Board of Directors of the Watchtower Society were imprisoned in May of 1918, charged in violation of the Espionage Act. In the Spring of 1919, Rutherford and the Board were released from prison (charges were eventually dropped) and began the campaign "Millions Now Living Will Never Die!" Rutherford later gave the movement the name "Jehovah's Witnesses" in 1931.